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Preventing Workplace Violence for Employees Working Offsite & In The Community Webinar

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Did you know that many employees are afraid to report threats of violence to their employer? Created specifically for any member that has employees working in home care or in the community, this webinar will discuss components of the Workplace Violence Prevention Program that organizations need to keep their employees safe.  The Bureau of Labor Statistics notes that 76% of all workplace violence in private industry occurs in the Healthcare and Social Assistance Business Sector.  Additionally, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration notes that working alone, in community-based settings, at night or in the early morning hours puts employees at much greater risk. 

Using principals based upon leading private and government agencies, this webinar will discuss what you can do to keep your employees safer out in the community. The webinar will also discuss why you need to encourage employees to report threats including verbal threats. This webinar will also discuss the challenges and strategies for employees working alone in the community.

Learning Objectives:

·       Create a more effective Workplace Violence Prevention Program

·       Discuss why employees are reluctant to report threats of violence

·       Review strategies to include workplace violence prevention in your safety program

·       Discuss obstacles to workplace violence prevention programs

·       Review resources that you can utilize to keep employees safe



CEOs, Executive Directors, COOs, Human resource professionals

Anyone that is responsible for safety or emergency planning at your organization.


Pamela Hunter, PhD, MS, CSP; Senior Loss Control Consultant, Workers’ Compensation Trust